Legs, faster, go, go.
Ba, leg, ba, ee-gah, kee-gah, fa fo fa, boom, boom.
Our choreography this week is Anthony--
KALANI: --and he's kind of hard.
KIRA: Tiffany is freaking out, because Kalani
is very technical.
She has what it takes.
And Ally is not a technical dancer whatsoever.
ALLY AND KALANI: 1, and 2, and 3, and 4.
You, my friend, are not supporting your arms
from the center of your back.
This is where you should be working in ballet class.
Find your natural sections.
Has anyone ever told you that before?
ABBY LEE: Yep.
So again, had you listened to that person
and applied that correction, I wouldn't have to say it again.
TIFFANY: If she doesn't come up to Kalani's technique level,
I feel like we're going to go home.
Point your toes, close your ribcage, stop crying.
What do you want me to say to you
when we're in the damn bungalow, packing to go home?
I just want to make sure you're comfortable.
Hello, my daughter's dancing with the best technical dancer.
Are you worried?
KIRA: Hit it, girls.
ALLY: Yes, it's a duet, but it's also a competition
between the two of us.
Kalani's a very strong, strong technical dancer.
I have to walk out there and just nail it.
[MUSIC - OF VERONA, "UNIQUE IN ITS MADNESS"]
VOCALIST: (SINGING) I'm waiting for the fall.
Give me something, somewhere I can run to.
I know in time he'll fall.
That's his nature, nature doesn't change just cause.
Yeah, he loves me, he ignites me, he's part of me,
unique in his madness.
But he loves me, he excites me, he invites
me, unique in his madness.
Come on, baby.
VOCALIST: (SINGING) He ignites me,
he's part of me, unique in his madness.
Kalani, you did a beautiful leg extension,
you did the full back split.
Nice ending pose.
--wait, wait, wait, wait, wait.
What you need to worry about is the right leg--
right leg, right leg, right leg.
So be smarter.
Show me, hey, I am so good, I can do it on the other side.
Lazy relev .
You don't use your feet.
You don't work through your feet.
This is about technique first and foremost.
Did I not discuss that in your rehearsal?
Ally, I just feel like I need you to go harder,
because I know you can.
And you're holding back, and you're showing us
what you think we want to see.
And we want to see more.
Kalani, I felt like your performance
was very present, very strong, and you made some good choices.
Ally, it's a little safe.
And you do have more to give.
I think you had a little bit of a hiccup in the number.
You kind of went, checked out for just a second.
We can't afford to blank here.
You missed a step.
I just am so frustrated because I want to shout,
oh my god, you're so much better than what you showed.
I'm frustrated with myself, because I practiced out here,
and I knew it.
And then I went out there, and it didn't come out the way
that I thought it was going to.
You danced scared.
You need to own it.
KIRA: The judges were extremely hard on Ally.
Oh well, not my problem.
Let's go to Ally.
She is in and out a lot.
But she's-- how old is she, 13?
She missed a piece of choreography.
TIFFANY: Whatever is holding you back,
you need to figure it out.
Ally, you disappointed me.
Last week, the girl who forgot the steps went home.
Tonight, the girl who forgot the steps gets to stay.
Ally, never hold back on that stage.